Pregnancy Problem

The Friday File: A recent study that tracked 500,000 women for five years found that the chances of being in a car accident vary during pregnancy. When not pregnant and during the first month of pregnancy, the chances of being in a car crash are 0.45%/annually. It rises to a peak of 0.76% during the fourth month and then declines to a staggeringly low rate of 0.27% by the ninth.

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